Phoenix Controls offers a flexible integration architecture that enables facility staff and management to easily monitor the health of their lab equipment. Based on real-time diagnostics from intelligent airflow valve controllers, staff can quickly make informed decisions to ensure safety, while reducing energy costs.
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Phoenix Controls’ View is a local interface monitor for critical environments in healthcare and life science facilities. The sleek design is inspired by today’s tablets and tile-based user interfaces, which make View visually appealing and familiar.
TSI's flexible lab control solutions are designed to promote safety, energy savings and compliance in labs. Professionals working in labs need protection from potentially hazardous compounds. TSI's direct measurement of critical parameters, particularly fume hood face velocity, ensures the safest lab possible.
The new units will automatically “push” current readings and recorded data via ftp to a server of the customer’s choosing, or via email at a set interval or fixed time of day. The 700W Series has an internal Web server for directly viewing current readings.
Response Mapping generates the response of the entire floor, for any vibration source, applied at any location—including moving loads such as vehicles, occupants etc.
Southco’s EA-P3 Proximity Card Reader provides secure, non-contact access control using existing proximity cards typically used for building access. The EA-P3 reads 125 kHz HID prox cards or tags and produces a standard output for easy integration with current security systems.
The new 1655 Series controllers, from Triatek, control fume hoods as well as rooms with patent-pending Safety Halo technology. Employees can now more easily see room or hood status because the status notification viewing angle has been increased to 180 degrees thanks to proprietary edge lighting.
Lutron's Radio Powr Savr wireless daylight sensors are engineered for optimum energy savings and easy installation. The sensors direct compatible wireless lighting controls to reduce lighting levels based on available daylight, reducing electricity needed for lighting by up to 15%.
Holland Safety Equipment offers an airflow monitor suitable for retrofits on existing biosafety cabinets (BSCs) that meets the requirements of NSF49-2010 (revised May 2011).
Siemens now offers pressure independent control valves (PICVs) that integrate three functions into a single device: control valve, adjustable flow limiter, and automatic pressure regulator.
The NEWPORT iTHX-SD transmitter lets users view virtual charts and record temperature, relative humidity, and dew point over an Ethernet network or the Internet with no special software—just a Web browser.
Triatek's popular line of controllers and monitors for hospitals, laboratories, and fume hoods, the 1650 Series, is also highly versatile.
The Shark 100B multifunction meter with native BACnet/IP was developed for use in green buildings, including LEED certification and other energy management strategies.
Honeywell has added new flow ranges to its Zephyr analog and digital airflow sensor portfolio to provide high sensitivity at very low flows—making the sensor portfolio ideal for use in a variety of medical and industrial/scientific applications.
The Lifetime Power Wireless Sensor System, from Powercast, now offers two new ultra-long-life, battery-powered sensors, augmenting the existing batteryless, RF-powered sensor selection.
Siemens Building Technologies has launched Facility Prime, a native Apple iOS application for the APOGEE Building Automation System.
Omega's new CDCN13 series of high accuracy controller systems have NEMA 4X wall mount enclosures.
Rees Scientific, a vendor of environmental monitoring, asset protection, and loss prevention systems, introduces access to system information through smartphones.
A single Centron EMS (Environmental Monitoring System), from Rees Scientific, can monitor a diverse facility with multiple locations while it provides instant data access and sophisticated analysis right from a desktop computer.
Triatek has added two new LITE monitors specifically designed for labs, hospitals, educational institutions and even correctional facilities.
Triatek has introduced the HMS-1650L, a fume hood velocity controller with touch screen technology.
Triatek recently introduced the Triatek CMS-1650: a central monitoring station allowing for “at a glance” room status for up to four individual rooms.
Munters Corp.’s DryCool humidity control unit provides operators with the ability to control temperature and humidity independently.
Triatek recently introduced a low-profile version of the flush-mount, stainless steel FMS-1650-F: the FMS-1650-T.
Omega’s new DOB21 is a compact benchtop dissolved oxygen meter and an amperometric dissolved oxygen probe with automatic temperature compensation for field or laboratory applications.
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